One of the most exciting aspects about Kingston’s annual O+ Festival, soon to be celebrating a tenth year October 11 through 13, is the interplay among visual arts, sound and personal experience.
From the air, Glenford is a pleasant scattering of roofs on the south slope of Ohayo Mountain. Some of its houses have splendid views of the sparkling Ashokan Reservoir. Glenford serves as a suburb of its famous sister hamlet, and is rapidly being gentriﬁed.
Halos are the poor person’s Weather Channel: a time-honored harbinger of bad weather.
How do we form our relationships to art, sound or the self? Is it all pre-conditioning or situational or does some part of it essentially come from some Platonic realm of forms or a divine spark we channel while in this mortal coil? It is a fascinating subject, a mansion-sized conversation with many rooms and theories to wander through. The answer can also be different for each individual, I’d wager.
Some say summer ends in a few days. Others say we have a few more weeks. A look at those and other ways to reckon the seasons.
Keegan Ales on a Thursday night is somewhat of a Kingston tradition at this point for anyone who has lived
Project Apollo had a million things that could have gone wrong.
New Paltz is much more diverse than it was decades ago, has more traffic and tourism. How do residents feel about these changes?
Good morning, pals. I hope you all had a semi-splendid week. I am chugging coffee and listening to The Ramones and it is not even 9 a.m., so I’d say the week is off to a rock ’n’ roll start.
Peacebomb The Duo are opening for Altin Gün at The Anchor (744-746 Broadway) this Friday, July 26. 9:30 sharp is kickoff time. The show is presented by BSP. They are a reminder of the great scene we have always had here which has reflected the colorful musical variety of local interests. These are renaissance men who have schooled themselves in a wide array of musical culture, as we all should. When I grew up it was cool to learn about funk and try to play it, to care about jazz, to not be dismissive of learning things from other cultures. It actually makes you cooler.